Big Data has evolved to be a necessity for enterprises that wish to remain competitive.
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By Kevin Martin, Solution Architect, Trace3 | Trace3 has recently been in discussions with a company called Workspot, whom I feel can make a significant impact in the virtual desktop space.
Trace3 relies on and partners with companies whose products are of the highest quality and whose technologies have proven success. It’s for these reasons that we work closely with Cisco and their ACI solution, which is one of the main focuses at Cisco Live.
Handling a Big Data infrastructure is one of the biggest challenges that today’s businesses are facing – in fact, as noted in a recent discussion by Dell, it’s only going to get worse as time goes by. Fortunately, there are several things a business can do to build a Big Data infrastructure that’s ready for the future.
Here at Trace3, we approach Big Data a little differently- we see it as a valuable business-enabling tool. When leveraged correctly, this data empowers companies to make business-focused decisions and allows them to be agile based on organizational trends.
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Today, data management is not only an important competency for organizations, but also a crucial differentiator that can determine market winners and losers. Web pioneers are innovating the way data is managed and Fortune 1000 companies and government bodies are adopting Big Data.
90% of the data generated in the next decade will be unstructured yet most of today’s databases are built to handle structured data. NoSQL provides one alternative. By Troy Cogburn – Trace3 Contributor What is NoSQL? NoSQL (Not only SQL) is an emerging open-source database approach that uses a schema-less design and distributed architectures […]
In the last two years the buzz term “big data” has become nearly as popular as SEO. Enterprise professionals (from sales and marketing to business executives alike) have been recognizing the advantages of big data and its innovative infrastructure.
This past week, Trace3 represented at Hadoop Summit 2014 in San Jose. We were there in full force to meet, greet, and network with over 65 sponsors and exhibitors, 3000 Hadoop enthusiasts, and 1100 companies.